Cultivated in Taiwan, the elegant-looking Formosa Lily is considered an honorable indigenous plant by the Rukai Aboriginal people. The purity... Read More
Cultivated in Taiwan, the elegant-looking Formosa Lily is considered an honorable indigenous plant by the Rukai Aboriginal people. The purity of this flower represents openness and freedom while its adaptable characteristics allow it to endure well in rough and wild environments with a tough, yet exquisite, vitality.
Turned upward, the Formosa Lilies welcome visitors from all over the world to the Taichung World Flora Exposition. The flowers’ pistils curl outward and touch the ground, symbolizing the deep roots of the Taiwanese. At the same time, the lengthy pistils resemble the musical notes of a pleasing performance for visitors, as they savor delightful music and inhale the fragrances of the beautiful surroundings at the flora exposition.
People of the beautiful island of Taiwan are kind, open-minded, strong and energetic. Our melodies express gratitude and hopes for a beautiful future filled with blessings as we yearn for enduring, strong links to the outside world, encouraging all to care for Earth and her environment to create a verdant, beautiful world!